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Caring for Children with Skin Sensitivities

As parents, it is our role to show by example how caring for their skin is important while they are young so that they would develop good skin care habits early on for long-term protection.

Here are five rules that cover the bases for good skin care for children with skin sensitivities.

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Kinde co.’s Elena Flare Skirt: 3 Colours, A World of Possibilities

The Elena Flare Skirt is a key piece that could be paired with virtually any top. It’s a great addition to your kid’s wardrobe—and just might be the only skirt your kid will ever need!

It exudes classic style—can be played up for a dressier vibe, or paired with a more casual top for a laid back day.

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Get Ready for School, Parents and Kids!

It might be a bit of a challenge for both you and your kids to get back into the busy daily grind this upcoming school term. No more staying up late, uniforms and clothes to wash, adhering to schedules to keep things running smoothly—it could be a bit rocky at the start, but there is no need to get stressed.

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Tips to Help Children with Tactile Defensiveness

Children with tactile defensiveness are hypersensitive to touch, are often overwhelmed with commonplace textures (such as sponges, leaves, clothing tags and seams etc.), and may have aversions to ordinary tactile sensations from hugs or shaking hands, to name a few; in severe cases, they might even find these things painful.

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Kinde co.’s Navy Blue Bottoms are Wardrobe Staples

The navy Organic Bottom Track Pant , Organic Cotton Cuffed Shorts, and the Cotton/ bamboo 'Elena' Flare Skirt from Kinde co.’s Going Places Spring-Summer 2016 collection work double time, and would certainly give you a bang for your buck: These stylish and versatile kids’ organic cotton bottoms could be paired with virtually any top for effortless cool, and are most definitely made for all-day wear.

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August 24, 2016

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Kinde co. Garments: It Matters How It’s Made

We uphold ethical and sustainable practices that help developing countries and positively impacts the environment at large by reducing massive carbon footprint in the production of our garments.

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August 14, 2016

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Classic Pieces from the Going Places Spring-Summer 2016 Collection

Kinde co.’s Going Places Spring-Summer 2016 collection has been created with the vision of having kids celebrate what could be perhaps the greatest joy there is in being a child: the fierce desire to explore and learn about the world around them, and most importantly, their inherent ability to find joy and adventure in every day that passes.

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August 03, 2016

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Why Kinde co. Will Go Places

Mary Kottatis, Kinde co.’s head designer and co-founder, talks about the Going Places Spring-Summer 2016 collection, and about Kinde co.’s mission and vision. Read on to get more insight into Kinde co.’s newest collection and a more in-depth perspective on the brand’s main driving forces.

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Why Family Nature Trips are Essential for the Mind and Body

With the consistent rise of technological developments coming our way, more and more families spend their recreational time watching movies, surfing the internet, or playing games on their gadgets. The importance of nature-based outdoor activities and free play for kids, as well as parents, is grossly underestimated these days. Many children today are deprived of first-hand nature adventures, which could be detrimental for their holistic development.   
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July 17, 2016

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Get Your Kids Off Those Gadgets, STAT

Many studies have shown the adverse effects of excessive modern gadget use in kids. Parents should not resort to handing their children mobile electronics for entertainment, and must constantly look for ways to encourage direct interaction with their children.

Research conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) has indicated that kids spend approximately 7.5 hours of screen time a day, at an average of around 53 hours per week in total.

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